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Rooms are extremely small, nothing is provided, not even hangers in the wardrobes (maybe they think you should bring your own??) no mat to get out of the shower, no soap no nothing. Kitchen is available but basically there’s nothing in them (we found one plate and another tiny one, 2 knives, 2 spoons, no forks, no glasses). I asked at the reception for an extra pillow and they said no. If you want to leave your bags after checking out they charge you 5€ per bag. In exchange it was almost clean (pube and hair in the shower and dubious looking drop stains on the toilet seat) and it is very expensive. This place is a scam, if you can, stay away from it.
Helpful, friendly staff in these student dorms, great location and inexpensive price. Not far to walk to the Spire and then many other sights nearby. No reason to pay for an expensive place, since you will want to be out and about exploring Dublin. They even have printers, which anyone flying Ryanair needs, since you have to print your boarding pass, which they only send you 48 hours before your flight (a cheap trick, since you have to pay a hefty sum if you do not print it beforehand, and most people do not travel with printers).
Staff are very rude over the phone and lack empathy . They have robbed me for my money due to my diabetes . I warn anyone from booking with this estblishment as they like to take you money and not help you from their . I had to move my booking due to falling ill with my diabetes and yet they took the money and ran without any assistance
We went there with kids .the receptionist (aran) saw we came with kids he took payment then after he took Payment he said under 18 not allowed. But we didn't get our refund they said that's not refundable even we didn't stayed there .they just robber robbed money from everyone like that .not to recommend yo anyone
Reception seemed accommodating at first as our flight got in really late and they were fine with us checking in well past midnight. However, this is a student accommodation and is not a hotel whatsoever - which means they did not provide any toiletries. The room was really small, barely enough for 2 people. There was also a kitchen (as with most student accommodations) with kettles but no hot drinks provided. They had hairdryers for people to borrow at reception but all were gone when I needed one. When we wanted to leave our suitcases with them for the day, they charged us 5€/bag which I thought was too much, given that most hotels and even hostels do it for free. The location isn’t very central, about a 20-minute walk into city centre so I’d really expect better service for this price. Would not recommend.
Student accommodation available to stay in during the summer months. Obvious strengths of good student accommodation - en suite bathroom, very clean buildings, and good security. Not a bad location - some good sights and cafés nearby. But: cheap and uncomfortable mattress, high price, doors that slam shut everywhere. And charging for looking after a bag for the day (chaotically left in a corridor) is not a friendly touch.
We stayd in this ho(S)tel one night. The location is along an important road (Stillrogan road, 10 minutes by bus to the city centre) near the Dublin Business University. Honestly, the communication in the social media for booking in not really correct it is an hostel and not an apartament /residence (how it appeared). However the staff is kind. The room is big, but empty of facilities and not really clean. Our room was by the street, so there was a lot of noise during the night. The cost was more expensive than other better hotels in the city center. Not raccomended for businesses, couples or families.
I stayed over at Aparto over the bank holiday weekend, all I can say is that it does exactly what is says on the tin. The below comments are quite harsh, generally is something is cheaper you do you research beforehand, this tends to make you aware of where your staying. The rooms were clean, the bed was a small double - unless your sleeping next to Godzilla do you really need 16 yards to spread out? The only downside was the heating, to be fair I wasn't complaining because I haven't seen the the Mrs get her clothes her so fast on so many occasions (Bonus point). I did enjoy the food that was on offer also, It wasn't my food but whoever left those little bites on goodness in the fridge I had a sneaky bit... The doors are quite heavy, the sound like a bit of a prison between 11 & 1am due to people coming and going. It didn't bother me too much, we just locked them all and it stopped the noise. (Joke, this of course would be a fire hazard). Overall, its cheap clean living in the heart of Dublin for less than anywhere else in Dublin by far. I stayed for three nights for around 340 Euro which is a bargain, to the bad reviews below paying the same and expecting the Hilton service go elsewhere. P.S Give the Cat on reception a stroke for me, we parted ways without even a whisker of a goodbye.
I stayed here with my partner and friends, we were lucky enough that we booked 3 rooms and got them together so had a whole apartment to ourselves as usually you would be sharing. We only needed accommodation for one night after a concert and for this is was perfect. Excellent location and the staff were friendly and knowledgeable about the area when asking for which buses to get to the concert. The only downsides were the lack of parking so we had to park at the ilac which is close but expensive and the size of the bed is in between a single and a double but this is mentioned on the booking page.
Me and my partner went to this place meant to be for the weekend... we got there,was student accomodation,bed barely held two.. and noise was attrotious.. never again!!! Hygiene was questionable.. the smell of damp in the bathroom was disgusting and stomach turning... had to check out within a night as we only got about 2 hours sleep between us... walls are paper thin can hear EVERYTHING going on next to you every conversation the lot... disgusting and a waste of money.. and they didnt even question why we were leaving a day early and in a bad mood..
Located in City Centre Dublin, Aparto- Dorset Point- City Centre - Campus Accommodation is adjacent to Dublin Writers Museum and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Parnell Square. This 235-room, 3-star hostel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center.
Aparto- Dorset Point- City Centre - Campus Accommodation's 235 heated rooms provide desks. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Limited housekeeping is available.
A fitness center and free WiFi in public areas are features at Aparto- Dorset Point- City Centre - Campus Accommodation. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide front-desk service during limited hours.